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    MUSIC GR. 3-6

    This month, we are studying world music. Please watch this video of Ulali Rattle Songs  As you listen, how would describe their music?

    For our Zoom class on Tuesday, please bring your homemade instruments AND a pair of sticks or wooden spoons.

    Here are the Zoom links for Tuesday’s lesson:

    Group A

    Time: Jan 19, 2021 09:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

    Join Zoom Meeting


    Meeting ID: 945 7734 5032

    Passcode: 862835

    Group B

    Time: Jan 19, 2021 10:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

    Join Zoom Meeting


    Meeting ID: 970 3202 6412

    Passcode: 640917

    Group C

    Time: Jan 19, 2021 10:30 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

    Join Zoom Meeting


    Meeting ID: 912 2670 8899

    Passcode: 640917

    If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at aperlau@mtroyal.ca

    Catherine Hardy

    ART GR. 5-6


    (1) Watch the Lesson 7 video on linear perspective: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-3Z6RmhxfE&feature=youtu.be&ab_channel=CatherineHardy

    (2) Print and complete the warm up page (not for submission):


    (3) Choose one of the two project options described in this link (I apologize for the quality – the file size was too large to upload so I had to reduce it):


    (4) Kindly submit a photo of the Lesson 8 Project upon completion (gchardy@telus.net)

    Please contact Ms. Catherine at gchardy@telus.net with any questions.

    Monica Hielema

    Class Name: History for Grammar Students
    This week’s focus: Civil War – War between the States
    In preparation for Schole support class:
    • MOH text ~ Lessons 34,35, 36
    • Optional to work on during Thursday’s Class: Bring coloring page for the MOH week 12: http://www.calgaryclassicalschole.ca/wp-content/uploads/gravity_forms/1-3e0c424b174623071e187e08ff5fe3d4/2021/01/Week-12-MOH-Coloring-Page.pdf
    • And/or timeline card:
    • Map 17 from Companion Guide: American Civil War (you may choose to bring the map to our Thursday Class to color.)
    To be completed this week:
    • Complete Reading/Listening to Lessons 34,35, 36
    • History read aloud (A list can be found in Appendix A of the Curriculum Guide.)
    ENRICHMENT CHOICES – Extra resources for children and families who desire more
    • Review Timeline Cards
    • Companion Guide – NOTE that Section B lists Supplemental Books and Resources for each lesson!
    • Read Aloud Suggestions: The Red Badge of Courage, Across Five Aprils, Caddie Woodlawn
    • Battle Hymn of the Republic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=p5mmFPyDK_8
    • “Dixie” – Union Civil War Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=gvjOG5gboFU

    Please contact mhielema@redeemer.ab.ca with any questions and submissions

    Annemarie Barwich

    Read 20 minutes / day (minimum)

    January’s Literature: Snow Treasure

    Print Snow Treasure Reflection and complete both pages when reading is finished.
    (document found in Parent Resource/Literature)

    Please email completed Snow Treasure Reflection to Ms. Annemarie before our next Literature class on February 5th.

    When finished, continue reading books of choice, suggestions include:
    Chronicles of Narnia books
    Living Book selection from list in Schole Curriculum Guide 2020-2021
    Classical Reader
    Classical Reader

    Jasmine Chivers

    Class Name Well Ordered Language 3 A/B
    This week’s focus: WOL 3A Chapter 8
    In preparation for Schole support class: This lesson is about relative (adjectival) clauses—we can also call them adjectival clauses. The relative clause has a subject and a verb, BUT it cannot stand alone. It needs a principal clause for it to function.
    What this means is that it can’t live by itself even if it has a subject and a verb for example: “who watched the sparrows.” This sentence outside of its principal sentence “Matthias waited patiently for his chance” doesn’t make sense. But when you put them together then they make sense: “Matthias, who watched the sparrows, waited patiently for his chance.”
    A few items to remember when dealing with relative clauses:
    The relative clause is always placed directly after its antecedent. This way, the word group is placed neatly in its proper place in the sentence.
    Many relative clauses begin with a relative pronoun such as who, which, and that, whom, and whose.
    Zoom class is January 20 from 11:30-12
    To be completed this week:
    Complete the above reading and Lesson to Learn A on pages 176-177, B 178-179, C 180-181.
    ENRICHMENT – Extra resources for children and families who desire more
    Sentences to practice found on pages 182-183.
    Chapter 7 quiz due at the end of January.
    Please contact jaschivers@gmail.com with any questions and submissions.

    Karyn Booth

    Well Ordered Language 2A

    This week’s focus: Chapter 8 Possessive Nouns

    In preparation for Schole support class:

    Be able to define
     POSSESSIVE NOUN p 141,
    and second paragraph on p 142: “A noun in rhe possessive case stands out because of its apostrophe ‘ “
     P 143 chart –when to add an “s” to possessive noun
     CASE- know that word will reappear…it is what “group” the noun is from.
     Rule 1 of Commmas on page 144

    Complete Page 150-151, 152-153

    I’d suggest review the terms each day and do one set of pages each day. Retention is better with daily practice than one day with all the pages completed.


    To be completed this week:


    When you are done the exercises and the quzzes, I suggest having a dance party celebration. You have completed the book! Pat yourself on the back!

    ENRICHMENT – Extra resources for children and families who desire more

    IN the appendix of the book, there is a great selection of poetry. These would be a good place to choose a poem to memorize from. In particular, the “Charge of the Light Brigade” is a poem Tennyson wrote about the war that Florence Nightingale nursed for. (There’s a little extra history connection…isn’t that cool?)


    Please complete these and list the grade on the January submission guide

    Predicate Adjective Quiz*
    Possessive Nouns quiz

    *I neglected to list this last WOL, however, completing this quiz with a gap between that work and the quiz means it will be a good check on the retention for your student.
    I’d recommend doing the quizzes on different days if needed.

    Please contact karynbooth.tutor@gmail.com with any questions and submissions.

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